And she did. She quickly typed a response along with her address. She wasn't sure how easy it would be to find-after all, she did live out in the middle of no where. She hoped you wouldn't have trouble with it though, since she really was looking forward to seeing you again.
Tabby literally laughed out loud when she read your txt. Her lips twisted into a smile and she was anxious to know what you were planning, or what you had in store for her. Her fingers almost flew over the screen of the iphone as she typed a reply.
A surprise huh? Will you tell me when you figure it out? :P
She bit her lip as she sent it, whistling to call her horse back over. She mounted and began the ten minute ride back to the stables and the ranch house.
She'd meant it in a playful way, but obviously something got lost in translation. She chuckled and rolled her eyes, sitting up in the grass. If only you knew how boring and uneventful her life really was. If she wouldn't hang out with you, then she'd be tending her horse or reading a book. She quickly typed a reply, eager to know what you had planned.
No, really, I have nothing better to do. What did you have in mind, tonight?
She had really hoped you still wanted to spend time with her, because from that first txt, her stomach had developed butterflies and her heart had raced in excitement and anticipation.
Her phone buzzed again and she rolled over in the cool grass to reach it. Her dark hair sprawled everywhere, her horse grazing down by the creek and she flipped so that she could read the message from you. She was smiling and she didn't know why. She had just met you that afternoon and she was already excited to see you again.
Tabitha had gotten home in ten minutes, the time it usually took her to get back to the ranch. After putting everything in the house, she grabbed her boots and headed out to the stables, her phone seeming to burn a hole in her pocket. She shook the thought from her mind: she did not expect you to txt her immediately, even though she hoped for it. But even though thoughts of you were filtering through her mind, she mounted her horse and rode out to her favorite place. A small meadow on a hill; lots of grass, a flowing creek, and wide open blue skies. Her phone beeped in her pocket and she wasted no time pulling it out. She smiled and quickly typed a response.
She smiled, patting her baby in agreement. Her lips turned up into a smile-like smirk, amused and a hint of flattery. "Sure," she said softly, looking down in her bag for something. When she resurfaced, she pulled out a pen and without hesitation, gently grabbed your wrist. Her hands were small and dainty, which made her an unlikely candidate for horseback riding, but nothing got in her way. With a soft smile, she wrote the seven digit number on your hand that, when dialed, would call her cell phone. She stashed her pen away and grinned up at you before backing up to her jeep. "I guess I'll see you around, Conner," she called out teasingly before turning around and climbing into the drivers seat of the vehicle.
Tabitha chuckled and rolled her eyes. "Wow, a little extreme, are we?" she teased. Her lips twisted up into a smile-like smirk that teased and lit up her eyes. "As for coffee, I can't blame you. I practically live on the stuff. I think I may need CAA. Coffee Addicts Anonymous." She giggled and dug her car keys out of her bag as they approached her jeep. "Well, this is me," she said, gesturing to the old green army jeep without the shell and doors.
Cameron raised his brow at him. "Excuse you?" he said it in a laughing manner his eyes searching his yet again. "And who would that be?" his lips twitched up in a smirk, his hands coming up into the air as he yawned, stretching out. "I wish this plane ride was almost over."
He looked into his eyes, searching them, green against his sea colored eyes for truth, and he saw it. Cameron leaned in closer to him, his lips parted, meeting his and he couldn't help but smile, crinkles at the sides of his eyes, his nose scrunching up cutely as he looked at him, laughing softly. "Well aren't we just cute." he said in a 'stereotype' gay voice that he did when he was trying to be an arse. He chuckled and shook his head. "Sorry i'm trying to be funny, is it working?" he waited a second. "Nope, okay, haha I tried."
Cameron looked up at him, running his fingertips in circles over his thigh sighing out. "It doesn't matter now does it?" his voice was soft, slightly hurt as he remembered the way Sebastian usually talked about Blaine when him and Milo were around, and pain shot up through him. "We have each other now.....isn't that enough?" he asked, nuzzling the others neck softly.
Cameron sighed softly. "I don't know why you do that... but just forget it, leave all of those people behind you. you have me...." he saw the expression on his face and reached for his hand, leaning in. "Or is it that i'm not enough?" he looked at him, curiosity stinging his eyes as he looked at his fiance'. "It doesn't matter does it? that you did all those things in the past, when this is the future. we're starting our life together.....in Paris. not in Ohio, everything is going to change...for the better.".